Katya Sorokko, styled by David Nash for SFis. Photo by Alexander Warnow.
Katya Sorokko, 25 year old daughter of Serge and step-mother Tatiana, gives SFis the 411 on her fashion interests this month. Surprisingly she describes herself as a “jeans girl,” though not any kind of jean. “I’m really comfortable in low-rise flares. I’m just not into the high-waisted jean, and I really never took to the skinny jean.”She says Tatianna Sorokko is a major fashion influence for her, and often seeks her advice. “She would never allow me to make a fashion faux pas.”
For work (she’s an account manager at PR firm Glodow Nead Communications), she’ll wear pants by Theory or Gucci, a Marc Jacobs blouse, and a Theory blazer.
For big evening events she’ll sometimes wear Ralph Rucci, but doesn’t seem to love it as much as Tatiana. “I don’t want to look over the top,” she says. “I’m small, so too much fabric on a gown isn’t good for me. I also don’t want to wear things that are too mature for me. I’ll have plenty of time and opportunity to wear high-end fashion as I get older.” She prefers Proenza Schouler, Monique Lhullier, and vintage.
- Reading Material: “Dressing Up, by Sylvia Rubin” [sfgate.com]